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Can CBD help muscles recover faster after jiu-jitsu?

August 15, 2019

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is on the rise and there’s no stopping it. Blame it on the UFC fighters, blame it on the Rickson Gracie, blame it on Eddie Bravo and his wild conspiracy theories, hell, blame it on Conor McGregor getting choked out in the second round of a fight he was highly touted to win. For whatever reason, it’s undeniable that jiu-jitsu is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world.

Not surprisingly, there are a lot of supplements and recovery aids being used for practitioners. None are more popular than CBD (cannabidiol) which is the non-psychoactive element of cannabis and it has a tonne of health benefits we feel from cbd. Although there is still quite a long way to go before these benefits have been proven in repeated clinical trials there is a growing amount of research and evidence to suggest that the phenomenon is real.

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Brazilian jiu-jitsu is awesome but exhausting!

Getting the opportunity to get onto the mats every day and train Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a luxury that no one who practices for long takes for granted. Training can be intense and leave your body with a lot of aches and sores. Unlike other martial arts jiu-jitsu is a sport where you can really go hell for leather with your partner and at the end, not really be that hurt.

If you tried the same thing in boxing, for example, you could damage bones or even knock the other person unconscious. In jiu-jitsu, there’s a hard and fast rule to overcome all of these pains. If your partner chokes you and you want it to stop? Tap his arm. If your partner twists your ankle uncomfortably? Tap his leg. If your partner rolls over your head and clamps down on your shoulder and you’re unsure what’s happening but it certainly doesn’t feel good? TAP.

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With jiu-jitsu you can train harder for longer and there is often very little danger. But this is, of course, misleading as jiu-jitsu is an intense physical exercise and causes a massive strain across the body. That’s why CBD is such a powerful supplement to be rising in popularity now.

CBD can help with recovery

There are a veritable tonne of processes within the body that CBD can help out with, which is why it’s so important to take it regularly to aid your body. Every time you engage in vigorous exercise like jiu-jitsu then you are breaking your body down in certain ways. CBD can help with your recovery by multitudes.

Improves digestion

One of the most common effects of cannabis is quite well known to most of the general public. But what we also know is that CBD can create powerful antioxidants in the body which interact with the endocannabinoid system to reduce nausea, vomiting, acidity, and even gastrointestinal inflammation.

Improves sleep quality and relaxing qualities

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Getting adequate amounts of rest and sleep is a no-brainer for the top-level jiu-jitsu player. For this reason alone, CBD is worth considering because athletes will have a greater ability to get to sleep faster following intense exercise schedules and they’ll be able to relax more in the lead up to the high-level intensity events they compete in.

Reduces inflammation

Practicing jiu-jitsu can really take it out on your joints. From all the ankle locks, wrist locks, heel hooks, armbars, not to mention the pressure you constantly put on your own knees in one way or another. It’s unsurprising that many grapplers complain of joint pain during and after rolls with their partners. CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can attach itself to inhibitory receptors in the brain, in effect altering perception of pain but in a way that’s safe and natural. CBD ultimately then reduces inflammation and promotes long-term health and recovery.

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Alternative to opioids

Cannabinoids are an effective alternative for long-term pain management. It’s no secret that there is a real danger in the United States and beyond with over-prescription of pharmaceutical drugs. These medications are usually opioid-based which is the same fundamental basis as heroin. No one wants to be addicted to heroin (what a sentence to write!) so why would you risk basically the exact same thing with prescription opioids? It makes no sense at all. But CBD can offer powerful alternative in combating these stresses on the body.

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CBD for jiu-jitsu

Hopefully it’s a little easier to see why CBD is becoming so popular for jiu-jitsu players and will only continue to raise its profile in the coming years. Even now it’s easy to see CBD becoming popular with popular athletes already using the supplement in their daily routines. Once CBD was legalized on the federal level and the World Anti-Doping Agency removed it from its list of banned substances the floodgates were well and truly opened. If you’re a jiu-jitsu player looking to add something new to your game that’s a bit cheaper than the latest John Danaher DVD consider getting yourself some CBD today from a reputable broad spectrum distillate supplier in the UK.





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